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Saturday, 16 September 2017

Sunbury raid update: "All residents can return home"


Surrey Police have issued the following update:
Good news all residents can now return home.

Please go to one of two cordons that are nearest your home.

The two cordons are at the junctions with Green Lane and Burgoyne Road, and Cavendish Road and Vicarage Road.

Go to the cordon nearest your home and we will arrange for you to be escorted back to your address.

Please park outside of the cordon if you are driving back to the area.

Unless it's an emergency please can residents remain in their homes until the cordons are lifted as policing activity will continue in the area however there are no safety risks associated with this.

Thank you again for all your patience and understanding.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:32 pm  

Palace continue miserable start to season

A change of manager hasn't brought about an immediate change in fortune for Crystal Palace.

Roy Hodgson's first Premier League game in charge ended in a 1-nil home defeat to Southampton.

They've now lost all five of their top-flight matches this season - and are yet to score a goal.

Hodgson admits their response to conceding early wasn't ideal.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:16 pm  

NHS Brexit figure "incorrect" says Sir Vince Cable

The leader of the Liberal Democrats, and Twickenham MP Sir Vince Cable has criticised the Foreign Secretary - who's been setting out his vision for Brexit.

Boris Johnson's renewed the claim the UK will have 350-million pounds a week to spend on the NHS after it leaves the EU.

Speaking at his party's annual conference in Bournemouth, Sir Vince Cable said the figure is incorrect.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:14 pm  

Tributes paid to Mark Bolan 40 years after rock star's death
Tributes have been paid to T-Rex singer Mark Bolan at the site where he died in Barnes.

It’s 40 years today since he died in a road accident.

He was a passenger in car which lost control and hit a tree.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:30 pm  

Head of Britain's armed forces takes senior NATO job

The head of Britain's armed forces has been elected to one of the most senior roles in Nato.

Air Chief Marshal Sir Stuart Peach will take over as chairman of the military committee from June next year.

It'll be the first time a Briton has held the job.

He holds an honorary degree from Kingston university.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:41 pm  

UPDATE: Raid in Sunbury



A home in Sunbury raided by anti-terror police in connection with the Parsons Green bombing is owned by an elderly foster couple honoured for their work with child refugees.

According to police, the search at the well-respected couple's property in Cavendish Road is directly linked to the "very significant arrest" of an 18-year-old in Dover.

No further arrests have been made.

The street has been evacuated as a precautionary measure.

Cordons have been set up at a 100-metre radius from the property which will remain in place until the search has been completed.

The residents of Cavendish road have been told they won't be able to return home tonight and have been taken by bus to a community centre in Shepperton.

The Home Secretary Amber Rudd described the earlier arrest of an 18-year-old man in connection with yesterday morning's attack as "very significant", but added "the operation is ongoing".

Thirty people were injured in the explosion during the morning rush hour as the District Line train was pulling into Parsons Green.

Statement from Met Police:

Police officers have evacuated and are searching a residential address in Sunbury.

The evacuation is a precautionary measure following the arrest of a man in Dover, Kent, at approximately 7.50 this morning in connection with the investigation into the terrorist attack at Parsons Green Underground Station.

Officers began evacuating the address at approximately 1.40pm.

Residents in the buildings immediately surrounding the address are also being evacuated as a precautionary measure.

Cordons are being put in place at a 100 metre radius to facilitate the Metropolitan Police Service’s operation, which is being supported by colleagues from Surrey Police.

A search of the address is ongoing and the cordons will remain in place until the operation is complete.

Police would like to thank the local residents directly affected for their cooperation and patience.

Local officers are on duty in the immediate area to talk to the community and address any concerns that they may have.

No further arrests have been made.

Photo: Darren Graham Photography
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:31 pm  

Armed police raid address in Sunbury following Parsons Green bombing



Armed police are searching a residential address in Sunbury after a teenager was arrested in connection with the Parsons Green Tube attack in Dover.

Several people who live nearby have been forced to evacuate their homes.

The 18-year-old suspect was held in Kent this morning.

The Home Secretary Amber Rudd insists it's too early to say whether those responsible were known to the authorities.

Andy Rudd lives opposite the house which was raided in Sunbury and tweeted the photo above.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:31 pm  

Fulham, Brentford, QPR, AFC Wimbledon and MK Dons in action this afternoon

Football matches kicking off at 3pm today:

In the Championship, Brentford are at home to Reading, Fulham take on Burton Albion and QPR are away to Middlesborough.

In League One, AFC Wimbledon are away to Blackburn Rovers and MK Dons are home to Rochdale.

Keep it Jackie for all the latest scores.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:07 pm  

Armed police will be across the capital after bomb attack in Parsons Green

Armed Police and military personnel will be deployed across the capital this weekend as police hunt the bomber behind the Tube attack in Parsons Green.

The Prime Minister Theresa May raised the threat level to critical that means another attack is expected imminently.

Travellers may be disrupted, and are asked to be patient and plan ahead, allowing time for delays.

Police want anything suspicious to be reported immediately and will be enhancing security checks at events, so attenders should allow extra time for checks.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:06 pm  

MP for Twickenham and Lib Dem leader will try to convince public about the dangers of Brexit

Sir Vince Cable who is MP for Twickenham will hold his first speech at a Liberal Democrat conference later.

He says ‘this is a critical time in British politics,’ and will try to convince the public that Brexit is dangerous.

The Lib Dems will fight to keep Britain in the single market and offer an exit from Brexit which is a referendum on the final Brexit deal, with the option to remain.

Sir Vince says his party are in a strong position after the Conservatives lost their majority back in June.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:34 pm  

Arrest made in connection with bomb attack at Parsons Green station

An eighteen year old man has been arrested in Dover in connection with yesterday's bomb attack on a London Underground train.

He's being held on suspicion of a terror offence after 29 people were injured at Parsons Green station.

The UK's terror threat level has been raised to its highest and extra police officers are being deployed across the country.

Enda Brady is at Scotland Yard.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:31 pm  

Chelsea boss praises two new players ahead of big game tomorrow

Antonio Conte has spoken about two new players to his squad who have already made an impression ahead of the match against Arsenal tomorrow.

Alvaro Morata and Davide Zappacosta joined a month apart but both have wasted no time.

Morata will be hoping to add to his three league goals so far. Conte says ‘despite being a young player, he has played with Real Madrid and Juventus.'

He says Chelsea are happy to have him on their team.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:16 am  

The latest on the bomb attack in Parson's Green as threat level raised to critical

Detectives say they're 'chasing down suspects' to find those responsible for yesterday's tube train bomb attack in Parson’s Green.

Islamic State says it was responsible but so far there's no news of any raids and no leads have been made public.

The Prime Minister has raised the UK's terror threat level to critical.

Professor John Gearson is from the Centre of Defence Studies at King's College London.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:12 am  

Surrey police react to rise of terror threat level

Following the prime minister raising the terrorist threat level to critical, Surrey police are increasing their armed and local policing response so that they can provide highly visible patrols for reassurance.

They ask the public to report any suspicious activity and let them decide if the information is important or not.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:09 am  

As development plans in Tolworth turned down developers ask for review

Developers in Tolworth, whose housing plans have been turned down, are now questioning another development in the area.

Meyer Homes, owner of the old Toby Jug site, want a judicial review into the Lidl building just up the road.

The new £70 million HQ will see Lidl’s office based workforce almost double, and the complete regeneration of Jubilee Way.

But Meyer Homes, who this week had their plans for 750 homes turned down, says the impact on traffic needs to be looked at further.

Some residents are calling the move “sour grapes.”


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:08 am  

Hounslow residents test their blood pressure

Hounslow Council is urging its residents to get their blood pressure checked for free this week.

It’s part of ‘Know Your Numbers’ week and there will be special ‘pressure stations’ around the borough from Monday until the following Sunday.

About 1 in 3 people are now living with high blood pressure.

Health advisors will be on hand to do the checks and to provide information and advice on ways to keep blood pressure under control.

Figures show that strokes among working age people have increased despite an overall drop in the number of strokes.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:06 am  

Norwood man sentenced for attempted murder

A Norwood man has been jailed for life after being found guilty of attempted murder.

24 year old Reece Davis was already serving a sentence for previous offences when he escaped from prison escorts as he was visiting University Hospital Croydon on the 5th May 2016.

While at large, he stole two knives and then brutally attacked a stranger who was jogging on the 9th of May.

Davis was sentenced at the Old Bailey to life imprisonment with a minimum of 14 years. He’ll remain at Broadmoor secure hospital until he is well enough to be moved to a prison.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:32 am  

Friday, 15 September 2017

Police call for images of Parson's Green attack

The terrorist threat level has been raised to critical, meaning that a further attack may be imminent.

Police are urging anyone with information about the attack at Parson’s Green to contact them on the hotline 0800 789 321.

Anyone with video or images from the incident is asked to upload them at www.ukpoliceimageappeal.co.uk where they can been looked at by investigators.

Assistant Commisioner at the Met Police, Mark Rowley, says people need to be vigilant and report any suspicious behaviour to the police immediately.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:31 pm  

As the bomber who attacked Parsons Green tube station remains at large, Theresa May says the UK's now on the highest level of terror alert

The prime minister says as a result there will be more armed police on transport networks, while soldiers will be deployed to some landmarks to free up officers.

She also says a 'major covert and overt' investigation's underway to find the attacker.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:07 pm  

Children and parents on the school run were put on lockdown as the incident unfolded this morning

Youngsters at Thomas’s Parson’s Green were asked to stay in their classrooms until the incident was over.

Some parents who had been delivering their children at the school in New Kings Road were also locked inside for a short time.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:11 pm  

Residents have been out on the streets helping people caught up in the attack at Parsons Green

Free cups of tea were handed out - while chef Teo Citino has been giving out pizza.

He's relieved his family weren't on the Tube - like they usually are in the morning.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:10 pm  

A celebrity chef’s son has apologised for posting an insensitive tweet about the terrorist attack at Parsons Green

Marco Pierre White Jr tweeted "Parsons Green tube station this morning was targeted by terrorists, this is why I don't take the tube”

He followed it up with the #theRichDontDie.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:05 pm  

Man exposes himself on Headley Common



Surrey Police is appealing for the public’s help in identifying the man in this e-fit.

Officers would like to speak to him in connection with a report of indecent exposure on Headley Common on Thursday, the 31st of August.

Between 3.30pm and 3.45pm, the victim, a woman in her 40s, was walking through Headley Common to the car park on Headley Common Road when a naked man appeared from behind the bushes.

The victim believes the man may be in his 20s and around 6ft3in tall.

Investigating Officer, PC Liam Wilson from Mole Valley Area Patrol Team, said: “The victim did the right thing by returning to her car and reporting this to us as soon as possible.

“Although the man made no attempt to talk or engage with her this behaviour is alarming and I am urging anybody who thinks they might know who this man is to get in touch with us.”

If you have any information, call 101 quoting, 45170095945.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 pm  

The UK terror threat's being kept at severe after the fourth attack in London this summer.

A device exploded on a Tube train at Parsons Green station during this morning's rush hour.

Commuters and school children ran out of the station, some were trampled on.

Witnesses saw people being carried out bleeding and with burns.

22 victims have been treated in hospital, but none of the injuries is thought to be serious.

Pictures shared online show what looks like a home-made bomb in a white bucket.

A 50-metre cordon's in place around the station.

Pupils were led out by teachers this afternoon as schools nearby were evacuated.

One was placed on lockdown for several hours with armed officers posted outside.

Theresa May's been asked about a tweet by Donald Trump this morning - which suggested Scotland Yard knew who was responsible.

The Prime Minister says it's not helpful to speculate.

She's chaired a meeting of the government's emergency Cobra committee, and called the bombing "cowardly".
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:57 pm  

Surrey officers fly to British Virgin Islands to offer support



Nine police officers from the Surrey and Sussex forces are amongst a contingent of officers from a total of 14 forces from across the UK who flew out to the British Virgin Islands on Sunday to assist the police for an initial period of two weeks.

The officers comprise one Superintendent from the joint Surrey and Sussex Operations Command, one Sergeant from Sussex, and seven Constables (five from Sussex and two from Surrey), as requested by the National Police Co-ordination Centre (NPoCC).

Following official requests made through the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, NPoCC worked with government partners and the Ministry of Defence to arrange this deployment. Officers will be embedded directly with the local military HQ and will support the local force in maintaining law, order and policing services.

They can also assist in locating missing peOPLE, including British nationals, liaise with UK authorities and assist with family liaison.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

The very best of Hounslow’s historic buildings can be seen for free this weekend, as part of Open House 2017.

Thanks to funding from Hounslow Council which supports the event through its leisure and culture services, a number of buildings and sites in the borough are accessible to everyone with the chance of tours in some places.

Open House, now in its 25th year, is an annual event, aimed at further enhancing London’s rich history, including architecture from across the centuries.

Properties of interest in Hounslow include: Boston Manor House, where there are tours available in the Jacobean three-storey manor house, which was built in 1623.

A number of parks and open spaces will also feature walking tours across the weekend.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

People evacuated from their homes in Parsons Green

The area surrounding Parsons Green tube station has been evacuated whilst emergency services continue to work at the scene of this morning’s incident.

The evacuation has been necessary whilst specialist officers secure the remnants of the improvised device and ensure it is stable.

A small number of residents will be affected by the evacuation, which encompasses an area approximately 50 metres in radius.

Parsons Green tube remains closed and the public are advised to continue to avoid the area.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:44 pm  

Prime Minister Theresa May takes questions on Parsons Green

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:06 pm  

Chelsea's head coach calls for calm after Parsons Green

Chelsea head coach Antonio Conte says it's important they carry on as normal following this morning's attack a Parsons Green Tube .

An improvised explosive device went off close to their Stamford Bridge stadium.

Conte's side play Arsenal there in the Premier League on Sunday.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:04 pm  

Extra police officers across tube network following Parsons Green incident

Deputy Chief Constable Adrian Hanstock, of British Transport Police said: "We’ll have extra police officers across the tube network in the capital during this afternoon and evening, following the incident at Parsons Green London Underground station.

People should not be alarmed or concerned if they see officers out and about at stations, they are there to reassure and give a high visibility presence.

Feel free to approach them and speak with them if you have any concerns.

Our officers continue to work closely with colleagues from the Metropolitan Police Counter Terrorism Command helping them with the investigation.

Please be aware of your surrounding as you travel and let us know if you see anything suspicious that causes you concern and dial 999 immediately."
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:53 pm  

Video emerges of Parsons Green device on fire

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:46 pm  

Harlequins have made four changes ahead of their game on Sunday, including Dave Ward as hooker and Jack Clifford as number 7.

They will face the Wasps in the third round of the Aviva Premiership, with

The Twickenham based team beat Gloucester Rugby by 11 points in their last game.

The match will kick of at 3pm at the Ricoh Arena.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:35 pm  

Man from Thames Ditton killed by Crocodile

A man's died after being attacked by a crocodile while on holiday in Sri Lanka.

Financial Times journalist Paul McClean was washing his hands in a river at the time of the attack.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:32 pm  

The latest of Croydon’s brand new schools, Heathfield Academy in Aberdeen Road, Croydon, is now open.



Croydon Council has handed over the newly completed £10 million building to Step Academy Trust as part of its programme of building and expanding schools to meet growing demand for school places.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:27 pm  

Manhunt continues after Parsons Green

Counter-terror police are looking for a bomber who attacked a packed London Tube train during this morning's rush hour.

Detectives say the 'improvised explosive device' didn't fully detonate on a District line service at Parsons Green station.

Dal Babu is a former Chief Superintendent with the Met Police.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:19 pm  

Police are hunting for the bomber behind an attack on a London Tube train during this morning's rush hour

Detectives say an 'improvised explosive device' went off on the District line service at Parsons Green station.

22 people have received hospital treatment.



Emma Stevie was on the train this morning and says people were trampled on as panic spread.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:15 pm  

Dan Poole, from Hersham is a man on a mission

He has been named as one of the British Heart Foundation’s quirkiest fundraisers thanks to a project he began in January 2014.

His aim was to gather the signatures of Manchester United's entire 1993/1994 first-team squad to help raise money for the charity.

After three years though, he’s only retrieved 26 of the 33 signatures he needs. Dan says it hasn’t all gone as smoothly as he planned.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:49 pm  

McLaren have finally confirmed their split with F1 engine suppliers Honda after a troubled partnership.

The agreement will finish at the end of the season, which has been a poor campaign for the Woking based team.

Renault will power their cars for the next three years instead.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:47 pm  

Police are hunting for the bomber behind an attack on a London Tube train during this morning's rush hour

Detectives say an 'improvised explosive device' went off on the District line service at Parsons Green station.

22 people have received hospital treatment.

It's understood children are among those hurt, although no one is said to be seriously injured.

Theresa May's chaired a meeting of the government's Cobra emergency committee; earlier she said her thoughts were with those injured and the emergency services at the scene.

Donald Trump has tweeted that the attack was carried out by a 'loser terrorist', and suggested those behind it were 'in the sights of Scotland Yard'.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:46 pm  

Children are among those injured following the terrorist attack at Parsons Green.

It’s been confirmed that 22 people have been taken to hospital.

A manhunt is underway ‘as a matter of urgency’ to find whoever is responsible for planting the device.

No arrests have been made yet but a significant police operation is now taking place.

The device didn’t fully detonate and was not destroyed which will help officers with their investigation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:43 pm  

London's Mayor speaks out over Parsons Green

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:29 pm  

22 people are being treated in hospital following a terrorist blast on a train in Parson's Green.

Most of the injuries at Parsons Green station are described as "flash burns".

Police say an "improvised explosive device" went off on a District line service, packed with commuters and schoolchildren.

It's understood it had a timer, but didn't fully detonate.

Donald Trump's been tweeting about the attack, calling those who planted the device "sick and demented".

The US President's also suggested they were "in the sights of Scotland Yard".

London's Mayor Sadiq Khan insists London will "never be intimidated" by terrorists, while the Home Secretary Amber Rudd says people have been "targeted in a callous and indiscriminate way".

Meanwhile Theresa May's chairing a meeting of the government's Cobra emergency committee around now.

The Labour leader's also been praising emergency teams who responded to the attack.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:15 pm  

Police say an explosion on a train in Parsons Green is being treated as a terrorist incident.

Several people have been injured, some suffered burns and others were trampled on in the panic at Parsons Green station.

Witnesses describe hearing a blast and then flames.

Commuters have been uploading pictures of a suspected device, wires can be seen hanging from a charred plastic container.

The Prime Minister says her "thoughts are with those injured" and along with the Mayor of London is being regularly updated by officials.

The government's organised an emergency COBRA meeting this lunchtime, which Theresa May will be chairing.

Meanwhile the Foreign Secretary's been appealing for calm, Boris Johnson says people should carry on as normal and monitor police websites for updates.

22 people have been injured.

A major incident's been declared at St Mary's Hospital in Paddington, one of four major trauma centres in London.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:19 am  

Aggravated burglary in Feltham

Police are appealing for witnesses and information following an aggravated burglary in Feltham

At approximately 2am yesterday, six suspects who were all wearing dark clothing and balaclavas broke into a house on Cains Lane by smashing a rear door.

The suspects threatened the occupants, including a heavily pregnant woman.

One of the suspects, described as having an 'Eastern European' accent demanded to know "where is the gold?"

However, they fled empty-handed in a white van that drove in the direction of the Clockhouse Roundabout via Hatton Road and Staines Road.

As they fled they sprayed or poured a chemical substance by the front door to stop them being followed.

None of the occupants were injured.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:58 am  

Scotland Yard says an explosion on a Tube train at Parsons Green is being treated as a terrorist incident.

Home Affairs Correspondent Mark White says counter terror officers are now on the scene at Parsons Green.

The response is still being led by British Transport Police.

There are no details of any injuries.

Adrian Hanstock is the deputy chief constable of the British Transport Police.



Statement from London Mayor, Sadiq Khan.

The Met Police have confirmed the incident at Parsons Green Station this morning is being treated as terrorism.

Our city utterly condemns the hideous individuals who attempt to use terror to harm us and destroy our way of life.

As London has proven again and again, we will never be intimidated or defeated by terrorism.

I am in close contact with the Metropolitan Police, Transport for London, Government and other emergency services who are responding at the scene and leading the investigation.

I will be attending the emergency COBRA meeting in Whitehall this afternoon with the Prime Minister.

My sincere gratitude goes to all our courageous emergency responders and the TfL staff who were first on the scene.

I urge all Londoners to remain calm and vigilant, and to check TfL’s website for travel advice.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:24 am  

Parsons Green tube station remains closed following incident



Several people have suffered burns following an explosion at Parsons Green

Witnesses say there was a flash and a blast and commuters have tweeted pictures of a burning plastic container in a carriage.

Richard Aylmer-Hall was on the train and describes what he heard.



The Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson's offered this advice to people who're worried about the blast.



Sky's home affairs correspondent Mark White says there's no indication of the cause just yet.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:48 am  

Statement from British Transport Police on Parson's Green

We're aware of an incident at Parsons Green station this morning which was reported to us at 8.23am.

Officers are at the scene.

The station is currently closed.

There will be more information as we get it.

London Fire Brigade has issues this statement.

Six fire engines, two fire rescue unit and around 50 firefighters and specialist officers are currently attending an incident at Parsons Green Tube station.

The Brigade was called at 8.21.

Fire crews from Fulham, Wandsworth, Chelsea, Hammersmith and other surrounding fire stations are in attendance.

A Metropolitan Police Service spokesperson said: "Police were called to Parsons Green Underground Station following reports of an incident on a tube train.

"Officers from the Metropolitan Police Service and British Transport Police are in attendance along with the London Fire Brigade and London Ambulance Service.

"We would advise people to avoid the area."

Natasha Wills, Assistant Director of Operations at London Ambulance Service said: “We were called at 8:20am to reports of an incident at Parsons Green underground station.

“We have sent multiple resources to the scene including single responders in cars, ambulance crews, incident response officers and our hazardous area response team, with the first of our medics arriving in under five minutes.

“Our initial priority is to assess the level and nature of injuries. More information will follow when we have it.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:46 am  

Morden musician Sampha wins Mercury Prize

Singer songwriter Sampha says he felt like he was dreaming as he picked up the Mercury Prize for his album Process.

The 28 year old musician from Morden, who normally appears on other people's tracks as a collaborator, wrote the album after his mother passed away from cancer.

He beat competition from Ed Sheeran and Stormzy.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:28 am  

Journalist from Thames Ditton killed by crocodile

A Financial Times journalist from Thames Ditton has been killed by a crocodile in a lagoon in Sri Lanka.

Twenty-four-year-old Oxford University graduate Paul McLean was on holiday with friends and it’s believed he wandered off before being ambushed by the reptile as he dipped his hands into the water.

He was seen being dragged under water at the lagoon known as Crocodile Rock.

His most recent article, about the champagne industry, was published on Tuesday.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:08 am  

Thursday, 14 September 2017

Two children involved in lorry crash on A4 go to school in Hounslow

Two children who were involved in a crash with a lorry on the A4 are school pupils from Hounslow.

A 14 year-old boy and a girl, whose age has not been confirmed, were taken to hospital after the accident yesterday.

It has now been confirmed they both attend the Lampton School in Hounslow.

Their head teacher, Stephen Davis says both students “are making a satisfactory recovery.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:41 pm  

Passenger remembers moment plane caught fire moments after taking off at Heathrow

After a plane caught fire just moments after taking off at Heathrow, one of the passengers has relived the moment in an interview.

Geoff Lye was travelling with his partner when “six loud bangs” caused the plane to shake in mid-air on Monday night.

The BA flight to Athens had to turn back after the pilot was forced into shutting down the right-sided engine.

67 year-old Geoff said that “passengers behind him could see flames kicking out from the engine.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:25 pm  

Vigil being held at Grenfell Tower

A vigil's being held near Grenfell Tower tonight - on the day a huge inquiry promised answers to how the fire happened.

It opened earlier - with the man leading it saying those who died are owed a debt.

Sarah Hajibagheri is in west London.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:16 pm  

Croydon grime artist hoping for glory at Mercury Prize tonight

Croydon rapper Stormzy is hoping for glory at the Mercury Prize Awards tonight.

His debut album ‘Gang Signs and Prayer’ is one of 12 on the shortlist for ‘Album of the year.’

He is up against Ed Sheeran and Alt-J, and Gus and Joe from the band says they love the event.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:39 pm  

Woman arrested for burglary at Prince's school bailed

A woman who was arrested on suspicion of attempted burglary at Prince George’s school has been released on bail.

The 40 year-old was arrested yesterday after an individual gained access to Thomas' Battersea School on Tuesday.

The Met Police is working with the school, to review its security arrangements after the incident.

The un-named woman has been bailed, pending further inquiries, until October.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:30 pm  

"No quick fix" says Palace boss

New Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson says he doesn't have a quick fix for the team.

The former England boss was appointed this week after Frank de Boer was sacked just 77 days into the role.

Palace are bottom of the Premier League after losing their opening four games.

Hodgson says he's hopeful some work on the training ground will make a difference against Southampton on Saturday.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:06 pm  

Two supported housing schemes coming to Wandsworth and Roehampton

Two new supported housing schemes for people with learning and physical disabilities in Wandsworth and Roehampton are on the way.

The development in Melody Road will provide nine self-contained homes, while the scheme in Stag Lane will provide ten.

Both will be staffed 24 hours a day.

They are expected to be completed by late 2018.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:38 pm  

The latest Good Beer Guide features new entries from Surrey.

One brewery and 18 pubs have been included in the 2018 edition, published by the Campaign for Real Ale.

The guide, which recommends the best pubs in Britain, now has 70 Pubs and 17 Breweries from across the county.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:16 pm  

The husband of a woman killed when she was thrown from her bicycle in St Margaret’s, claims a helmet could have saved her.

41 year old Carmen Greenway lost control of her bike minutes after taking a selfie.

She had been out celebrating her mother’s birthday when the accident happened last September.

She fractured her skull and died in hospital 6 days later.

An inquest has ruled her death was a “tragic accident.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

Police have named a man from Wimbledon killed when a car hit him as he was out walking in East Sussex on Sunday.

31 year old Matthew Lind was part of a group of pedestrians who were struck by the Nissan 4x4.

Another man also died.

Two women, a 29-year-old from Wimbledon and a 27-year-old from Addlestone, were injured.

Three others were uninjured.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

A school in Fulham is asking a pupil to cut his Rastafarian dreadlocks.

But mother, Tuesday Flanders, says the demand by Fulham Boys' School is “religious discrimination.”

The 12 year old is in isolation while the matter is debated.

The school says it has a strict uniform and appearance policy, and is handling this case as a social issue rather than a religious one.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:30 pm  

A woman is in hospital after being knocked off her motorbike in East Sheen.

Police were called to Sheen Lane just after 9am.

Her condition is unknown.

Sheen Lane was closed off for over 4 hours following the accident.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

Grenfell Tower inquiry day 1

The public inquiry into the Grenfell Tower fire has opened with a statement from its chairman on how the review will work.

Sir Martin Moore-Bick has already said he will look at the cause of the disaster, tower block construction and the actions of Kensington and Chelsea council.

He's also defended his decision not to appoint a survivor to his team, saying it would risk 'undermining impartiality'.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:03 pm  

Three High Streets will be cleaned, in response to complaints in Richmond.

The council had invested millions into improving Whitton High Street, King Street and George Street in previous years.

Residents have said the pavements are now stained from pollution and chewing gum.

The cleaning will begin next week.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 pm  

999 calls in Surrey had to be diverted to another force this morning after the Police contact centre went down.

101 calls could not be taken at all for a short time.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:57 pm  

Woman arrested at Prince George's school is still being questioned

A 40-year-old arrested on suspicion of trying to break into Prince George’s school, remains in custody.

The woman was arrested at Thomas’s Battersea yesterday afternoon.

The Met Police says it’s working with the school to review its security arrangements after the incident.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:57 pm  

Plans to demolish Merton Hall have been met with anger by some residents

The petition to save the building in South Wimbledon has been signed by around 2,200 people.

A Pentecostal church and crèche are among the ideas for the use of the ground.

The hearing for the plans is taking place in Merton Civic offices on September 21st
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:41 pm  

London’s Mayor has joined a campaign to save a number of trees in his home town.

Sadiq Khan has written to Wandsworth Council to urge it to reconsider felling 50 mature Chestnuts on Tooting Common.

The Mayor, who represented Tooting as an MP and still lives there, says he understands health and safety concerns, but there “must be another way.”

Residents in aptly named Chestnut Avenue have dubbed the move “the great chainsaw massacre”

The council says the trees are diseased and dangerous, and it will replace the 50 with even more.

This goes against Mr Khan’s vision for a greener London.

At the start of the year, he launched a campaign to plant more than 40,000 new trees across the capital.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:40 pm  

London MEP Syed Kamall from Surbiton speaks about the Grenfell Tower Inquiry

The public inquiry into the Grenfell Tower fire has opened with a statement from its chairman on how the review will work.

Sir Martin Moore-Bick has already said he will look at the cause of the disaster, tower block construction and the actions of Kensington and Chelsea council.

In the European Parliament, MEPs have been debating the impact of the Grenfell fire.

London MEP, Syed Kamall, from Surbiton hopes the inquiry into Grenfell provides real answers.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:15 am  

Old Shell garage in New Malden is finally cleared 9 months after travellers moved in



The old Shell garage site in New Malden has finally been cleared of debris left after travellers moved in over Christmas.

The site, owned by Frontier Estates, had been left derelict after the company failed to pass its plans for housing and retail through Kingston Council.

The Council had refused to help with the clean up because the land is privately owned.

Frontier had said that the cost of cleaning the land of rubbish would be as much as £20,000 and claimed that the Council and police failed to act when details of the fly-tippers were passed to them.

Work to clear is continuing this morning, much to residents' delight.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:49 am  

A new market in Ham is seeking to bring the local economy back to life

Ham Parade is coming back to life.

The harsh economy had forced a number of shops there to close over the last few years.

At first, residents wanted to take over a derelict shop in the parade and run it as a community enterprise.

But, as that hasn’t materialised, they’ve decided to run a monthly food and craft market instead from next month.

Organiser Matt Georges says the loss of the shops in the parade hit everyone hard.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:11 am  

People of Feltham hoping to save community centre despite ruling from Council

Residents in Feltham who have put £40,000 into renovating a community centre, say it should be saved.

Hounslow Council leased the building in Sparrow Farm Drive to the community for 99 years.

But it is now claiming the land back after just 50 years in order to build new houses.

Campaigner Ray Truss says the situation is hopeless.



A last ditch public meeting is taking place tonight at 7.30 at Feltham Library
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:04 am  

There's going to be a mass belly dance in Wimbledon at lunchtime

There will be a mass belly dance in Wimbledon this Thursday lunchtime.

Participants will be shaking their stuff in The Piazza for charity The Wimbledon Guild from 1:30pm.

The centre in Worple Road helps tackle poverty, promote mental well - being and supports the elderly in the borough.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:15 am  

Surrey Police have arrested five people for modern slavery offenses


Five people have been arrested on suspicion of modern slavery offenses after Surrey Police raids were carried out at five locations.

Ninety-five Surrey Police officers were involved, in close co-operation with colleagues from the National Crime Agency.

A woman and four men were detained in Surrey, Hampshire, Berkshire and London on Wednesday morning.

The five, who are from Surrey and Hampshire, remain in police custody.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:14 am  

A campaign to save St Helier Hospital has almost reached a thousand supporters in a week

Less than a week after it was launched, almost 1000 residents have pledged support to a campaign for St Helier Hospital.

Its aim is to make the government agree to fund a £400m investment programme.

The campaign was launched following a public meeting chaired by Carshalton and Wallington MP, Tom Brake.

It comes two years after a £219m redevelopment fund was axed.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:10 am  

Wednesday, 13 September 2017

Crystal Palace boss Roy Hodgson says he's pleased with the players following his first day in the job

The former England manager is beginning his new role at Selhurst Park after the sacking of Frank de Boer on Monday.

Palace are bottom of the Premier League after losing all four of their matches so far.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:31 pm  

A British couple separated on a flight were greeted by armed police at Heathrow

British Airways cabin crew had to separate a married couple during a flight following a heated row.

It’s thought the British husband and wife, who are in their early 30s had been drinking when things got out of hand.

The pair were greeted at Heathrow airport by armed police and warned about their behaviour.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:09 pm  

Croydon has become the first borough to retrofit sprinklers in all 25 of its high rise blocks

London's first female fire commissioner Dany Cotton is calling for sprinklers in all high-rise council flats.

It’s after an investigation found just 2% of half of the UK's council and housing association-owned tower blocks have full sprinkler systems.

Of those, 68% have just one staircase through which to evacuate.

Croydon has become the first borough to retrofit sprinklers in all 25 of its high rise blocks at a cost of £10 million.

The first hearing of the public inquiry into the fatal Grenfell Tower fire begins tomorrow.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:08 pm  

Kingston is to get a much needed new school.

The free school is to be built in the High Street and will open to 420 pupils in 2019.

Meanwhile, a roof terrace boutique cinema is to open in the Bentall Centre.

The council says the move adds to the borough’s “ already thriving culture.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:45 pm  

For the first time since 2014 England will play rugby union world champions New Zealand

England have confirmed they'll play rugby union world champions New Zealand next year for the first time since 2014.

They've announced their autumn internationals, which were already pretty much decided.

Eddie Jones's side will also play South Africa, Australia and Japan at Twickenham next November.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:35 pm  

Young British Muslim men from across South West London and Surrey will join 5,000 others in Hampshire this weekend

The UK’s largest Muslim youth gathering will see Ahmadiyya Muslims take a pledge to serve and protect Great Britain.

Worshipper Raza Ul Huq from the Southfields Mosque, says the event is about teaching the true meaning of Islam to youngsters.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:32 pm  

A Kingston Police officer has been acquitted of assault

PC David Guest was found not guilty following a two day trial.

He remains on restricted duties.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:27 pm  

A swan covered in cooking oil was rescued from the River Mole in Cobham



A swan was rescued in Cobham after cooking oil was dumped into the River Mole.

The bird was seen struggling by a bus driver who contacted the Wildlife Aid Foundation.

They managed to rescue the swan and take it to the wildlife hospital where it was cleaned and kept under observation before it was released.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:39 pm  

Police release another image of Putney Bridge pusher



Police have released another CCTV image of the Putney bridge pusher.

The incident took place in May, when the suspect pushed a 33 year old woman into the path of an oncoming bus.

The suspect is a white man in his 30s, with brown eyes and short brown hair.

He was wearing a light grey T-shirt and dark blue shorts, with grey trainers.

Officers continue to appeal for witnesses to the incident or anyone who recognises the jogger pictured on CCTV to get in touch.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:16 am  

A couple who dedicated over 60 years to Harlequins have had a bench installed in their memory

A couple who dedicated over 60 years to Harlequins Rugby Club have had a bench installed in their memory.

Pat and Malcolm Hollins provided free physiotherapy and helped behind the scenes at the club.

Richmond Council worked with the Friends of the River Crane Environment and Quins to install the specially carved bench.

It sits on the footpath along the Duke of Northumberland river, adjacent to the Stoop rugby ground, which is celebrating its 150th year

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:37 am  

Two men have been sentenced after they fired a gun at a house in Wandsworth

Two men who fired three gunshots at a house full of people in Wandsworth in an apparent case of mistaken identity have been jailed for a combined total of 22 years.

The incident took place in February.

Twenty-five-year-old Junaid Shakoor from Wandsworth and 25-year-old Sohail Amin from Croydon were sentenced yesterday to eight years each for possession of a firearm.

They were also given three years each for possession of ammunition without a certificate.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:17 am  

Thornton Heath will start improvements to Whitehorse Lane next week

The next phase of improvement works in Thornton Heath is due to begin on Monday.

It’s taking place by the roundabout on Whitehorse Lane.

Old street furniture is being removed and replaced with new public seating and paving.

The work forms part of a £2.7m project to improve the area.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:15 am  

Two Croydon landlords have been fined £4000 each for renting out a unsuitable house

A pair of landlords have been fined for renting out a ‘damp and mouldy’ house in Croydon.

Council inspectors found a number of ‘serious hazards’ at the Bensham Lane home, which was lived in by a family of four.

Samir Shakka and Besarta Zeneli were found guilty by Magistrates and were ordered to pay over £4,000 each.

The property licensing team will now begin the formal process of banning the couple from future letting.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:13 am  

Chelsea make emphatic return to European football

Chelsea have made an emphatic return to the Champions League.

The Premier League winners thumped Qarabag from Azerbaijan 6-nil in their opening group game at Stamford Bridge.

The club missed out on European competition altogether last season.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:59 am  

Brentford's poor run in Championship continues

In the Championship Brentford’s poor start to the season continued going down 2-1 at Sheffield Wednesday.

The Bees are one place off the bottom with 3 points from their seven games played.

QPR drew 2-all with Millwall at Loftus Road to move up to tenth.

Wimbledon drew 1-all with Gillingham at Kingsmeadow in League One.

In the National League Sutton moved to the top of the table after a 2-1 win at Dagenham and Redbridge.

Woking beat Solihull Moors 2-1 at the Kingfield Stadium.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:05 am  

Tuesday, 12 September 2017

The Champions League group stage gets going this hour.

Chelsea returns to the Champions League after a one-season absence - they’ll go up against FK Qarabag of Azerbajan.

Meanwhile, AFC Wimbledon will play Gillingham and QPR will play Millwall.

All to kick-off at 7.45.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:42 pm  

Four fire engines and 21 firefighters were called to a flat fire on Bensham Grove in Thornton Heath this afternoon.

Half the first floor flat was damaged by the blaze.

The cause of the fire is under investigation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:41 pm  

London and Surrey have made it onto the Times Higher Education ‘Best Universities in the UK 2018’ list.

Royal Holloway in Egham, St George’s in Tooting and Surrey University all ranked within the top 35.

Oxford is at the top of the table with rival Cambridge in second place.

Cambridge has also just been named the best university in the UK for helping its students get into work.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:40 pm  

A cash in transit driver has been robbed in Staines

The incident happened at 2.40pm yesterday as the driver walked to his van with a cash box.

He had just collected cash from Frankie and Benny’s restaurant in Hale Street.

He was approached by two unknown men, one on foot carrying a plank of wood as a weapon and the other on a silver moped.

The men escaped the scene on the moped in the direction of Moor Lane.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:30 pm  

Richmond Park’s MP has been re-elected as a member of the Environmental Audit Select Committee of MPs.

Zac Goldsmith, who is a staunch anti Heathrow expansion campaigner, lists the environment as one of his main concerns.

The Committee scrutinises the work of all government departments in relation to environmental protection and sustainable development.

Mr Goldsmith says this means he can do more to make sure that the Government does more to protect the environment.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:40 pm  

Rains set to lash Surrey

The first big storm of the year is set to bring winds of 75 miles an hour to parts of the UK in a few hours.

‘Storm Aileen’ will mostly affect Scotland, Northern England and Wales tonight and in the early hours of tomorrow.

The Met Office has warned of heavy rain and flooding in theses places.

London and the South East can expect some heavy rain overnight, but it will clear in the morning.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:38 pm  

A new room for young cancer patients is set to open in Tooting.

St George’s Hospital will introduce a Young Adult and Teenage Room away from it’s busy general wards.

It provides a place for youngsters with cancer to meet and ‘chill out’ as well as receive emotional and medical support.

The new opening is funded by donations, including £20,000 from the community group Furzedown FACE.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

We're on the trail of the Putney jogger pusher

A bus driver who swerved to avoid a woman who was pushed into his vehicle's path says he doesn't consider himself a hero.

Olivier Salbris has been praised for his quick reactions on Putney Bridge in May.

Police are still looking for a suspect after releasing CCTV footage of what happened.

Olivier's hoping officers track him down.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:43 pm  

An officer stabbed during the London Bridge attacks, is making headway in his recovery at Headley Court.



PC Wayne Marques was stabbed multiple times in the terrorist incident on June the 3rd.

He has been recuperating at home, and just completed his first treatment at Headley Court Rehabilitation centre.

He had been working for the British Transport Police for just under two years
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:30 pm  

There’s been an alleged acid attack in Kingston



A man suffered facial injuries when he was sprayed with an unknown substance in Fife Road just behind Marks and Spencer's back entrance, at lunchtime.

The victim, believed to be in his 20s, was sat in a stationary car when two people on mopeds threw the substance before escaping.

His injuries are not thought to be life threatening.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:19 pm  

The culture secretary has told MPs she intends to refer 21st Century Fox's bid for Sky to a watchdog.

The Competition and Markets Authority is expected to carry out a six month investigation in to the takeover of the media hub based in Isleworth.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:48 pm  

Kingston loses its fatberg crown

Another so called “fatberg” has been uncovered beneath London.

The 250-metre long lump weighing 130 tonnes, has been found blocking a sewer in Whitechapel.

Thames Water says it will take three weeks to remove.

London’s biggest berg to date, made up of baby wipes and food fat, was discovered in Kingston in 2013. . . but it only weighed 15 tonnes.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:11 pm  

Family of Hounslow murder victim issues statement a week on from murder



Police have re-visited a murder scene a week on from the death of a 29 year old man in Hounslow.

Patrick Oyeri was found lying in Rosebery Road last Monday afternoon following a fight between two groups.

A post-mortem gave the cause of death as a stab wound to the liver.

No arrests have been made, but the family has issued this statement.

Patrick’s sister, Katherine Oyeri, said:

"Just over a week ago Patrick's life was taken by a cowardly, senseless stabbing.

A father was taken away from his 5-year-old daughter, a brother was taken away from his siblings and a son was taken from his parents: he said "see you later" to his mother in the morning, with her not knowing he would not return.

"No parent should have to bury their child, and no-one should ever have to die alone, suffering and helpless.

Whilst we as a family are trying to come to terms with our tragic loss, the police are doing everything possible to make sure the perpetrators are prosecuted. We want justice for our gentle giant.

"Our family are appealing to the public to help us seek justice, to help us strengthen and come together as a community.

We ask anyone who knows anything connected to this horrible crime, no matter how small, to please be brave and come forward with what you know.

We appeal to you to help us all stand against violence in our neighbourhoods."
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:54 pm  

Kingston's Rose Theatre pays tribute to Sir Peter Hall

Tributes are being paid to the former director of the National Theatre, Sir Peter Hall, who has died at the age of 86.

During his career, he founded the Royal Shakespeare Company and worked on plays including Samuel Beckett’s Waiting for Godot.

In 2008, he was instrumental in the opening of Kingston’s Rose Theatre, becoming its founding artistic director.

Chief Executive Robert O’Dowd says the Rose might not even be here today if it wasn’t for Peter.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:40 pm  

A crucial bill in the Brexit process has passed its latest stage in Parliament

It transfers existing European law into the UK statute book, but some MPs think it gives the government too much power.

Streatham’s MP Chuka Umunna is calling it a “bad bill.”

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:36 pm  

A man from Wallington has been jailed after be posed online as a teenage girl



A man from Wallington who posed online as a teenage girl and coerced 20 young boys into sending indecent images has been jailed.

21 year old Phillip Rogers was sentenced to three years and nine months in prison at Croydon Crown Court.

He pleaded guilty to 15 counts of inciting a child to engage in sexual activity and one count of possession of indecent images of a child.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:32 pm  

There’s another set of delays, diversions and cancellations on Surrey's trains into Waterloo



South Western Railway's control centre received reports of a track circuit failure meaning platforms 2 to 4 at Waterloo are not in use.

Services between Shepperton and Waterloo are being diverted via Twickenham and will run non-stop between Strawberry Hill and Clapham Junction in both directions.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:32 am  

Luca de la Torre has signed a contract extension with Fulham

The deal ties him to the club until the summer of 2020.

He says “I’ve been at this Club for a few years now and it definitely feels like home for me.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:17 am  

Kingston has been rated above average in the UK for a woman to live

Islington has been rated the worst place in the UK to be a woman.

The study looked at issues like the gender pay gap, education, local environment, female mortality and general life satisfaction.

All of inner London scored poorly, although Hounslow and Merton were among the areas rated slightly higher as “below average”.

Richmond, Croydon and Sutton all ranked average, while Kingston was above average.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:16 am  

The Rose Theatre in Kingston says goodbye to its first director

Sir Peter Hall has died at the age of 86.

The former director of the National Theatre passed away in hospital yesterday.

During his career, he founded the Royal Shakespeare Company and worked on plays including Samuel Beckett’s Waiting for Godot.

In 2008, he was instrumental in the opening of Kingston’s Rose Theatre, becoming its first director.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:14 am  

Wimbledon are shaking things up this week

There will be a mass belly dance in Wimbledon on Thursday lunchtime.

Participants will be shaking their stuff in the Piazza for charity The Wimbledon Guild.

The centre in Worple Road helps tackle poverty, promote mental well - being and supports the elderly in the borough.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:13 am  

Kingston residents are being asked to come up with re-development ideas

People in Kingston are being asked to come up with locations that could be developed over the next 20 years.

The council has launched a “Call for Sites”, where residents nominate areas they think could be re-developed.

Proposals can be for any type of land use, including residential, recreation or Gypsy and Traveller accommodation.

You don’t need to own the site to submit it to the council.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:15 am  

Strictly Come Dancing star Ruth Langsford has joked she "looked like a baby elephant" during Saturday's launch show.

The TV presenter from Weybridge has been paired up with Anton Du Beke, whom she jumped onto during the opening show.

She told ITV's Loose Women programme that after enthusiastically leaping into his arms she then "didn't know how to get down".
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:45 am  

Chelsea football club has vowed to ban any fan found to have been singing an anti - Semitic chant during Saturday’s match.

The song about Alvaro Morata was heard during the 2-1 win over Leicester city.

The club says it has a zero tolerance policy towards it.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:45 am  

Police searching for a man missing from Epsom for 10 weeks, say he may have died after suffering a medical incident or accident.

70 year old James Middleton was last seen on his mobility scooter near Epsom Common on July the 2nd.

A more in depth search for the pensioner will commence in the new year.

In the meantime, police say they are still investigating leads.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:45 am  

It should be a straightforward start to Chelsea's Champions League campaign tonight

The Premier League winners host Qarabag of Azerbaijan in their opening group game.

Chelsea are returning to European action after a season without it.

Boss Antonio Conte's excited to get going.



posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:15 am  

Transport for London has done a part u-turn on its new advertising screens on the A3 at New Malden

The huge advertising hoardings appeared on the junction gantry earlier this year, with more planned for other junctions.

But, residents living nearby said the Las Vegas style lights kept them up all night with their constant flashing.

At the time, Graeme Craig from Tfl said there was no issue with the boards.



TfL has agreed to turn off the screens between 10pm and 6am.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:13 am  

Transport ministers are being criticised for backing rail operators over driver-only trains

Transport ministers are being criticised by a major union for backing rail operators over driver-only trains.

At the TUC's annual congress in Brighton later, the RMT will be demanding a guarantee of a guard on all services.

There has been a series of strikes about the issue on Southern, Merseyrail and Arriva Rail North.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:37 am  

A charity is claiming almost a third of women with Ovarian Cancer in the South East are being diagnosed too late

Only 46% of women live beyond five years after being diagnosed with the disease.

But sufferers have a 90% chance of survival if the disease is detected at stage 1.

Ovarian Cancer Action says 30% of women with ovarian cancer in the South East were diagnosed by emergency presentation.

This means the cancer has had time to advance and symptoms have become severe.

The charity says to ensure women have the best chances of survival, GPs need more education on recognising symptoms.

These include persistent bloating and stomach pain and feeling full more quickly after eating.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:26 am  

Monday, 11 September 2017

Fire in Croydon

Investigations are continuing following a house fire in Croydon on Saturday night.

Part of the first floor and all of the roof of the property in Devonshire Way were damaged by the blaze.

Part of the roof of an adjacent house also suffered some fire damage.

The Brigade was called just after 9 o’clock, and left just before midnight.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:22 pm  

A community centre that was unexpectedly closed due to fire safety concerns has re-opened

The Hersham Centre was shut for 8 weeks by Elmbridge Borough Council so the facilities could be upgraded and made fire safe.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:30 pm  

Chelsea striker Diego Costa has relocated his family to Madrid.

The 28-year-old expects a deal to be finalised which will allow him to re-join Atletico.

And Chelsea are prepared to battle Barcelona to secure the signature of highly rated Bayer Leverkusen midfielder Atakan Akkaynak.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:20 pm  

Police are investigating a report that money has been taken from a flat in Grenfell Tower

It's believed to have gone missing sometime after the 20th of June and officers were told on Friday.

It was only last month that a 46 year old woman from Sutton was charged with making fraudulent claims for support following the fire.

Joyce Msokeri will appear in court again next month.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:16 pm  

The partner of an antiques dealer who was murdered in her front garden in West Molesey last year is facing jail

54 year old Robert Webb has admitted faking the will of Robyn Mercer to gain access to her estate after her death.

52 year old Ms Mercer's body was discovered in the driveway of her home early one morning in March.

It is believed she was attacked with an axe or machete from behind as she took her bins out.

No one has ever been charged with her murder.

Webb told police he had found the will inside a book and had it witnessed by his brother and friend before sending it to his solicitors.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 pm  

A man from Addlestone has been found guilty of the attempted murder of two of his co-workers

52 year old Graham Richard Eley has been sentenced to an indefinite hospital order under the Mental Health Act.

He had pleaded not guilty following the incident at Sally Anne’s, the Salvation Army charity shop in Addlestone, last November.

One of Eley’s victims was smoking in a rear garden when he attacked him with a gardening fork, causing stab wounds and a fractured skull.

Eley also assaulted another work colleague when he came to the man's aid, leaving him with facial injuries.

Detective Constable Adam Patterson, who led the investigation, said: “This was an unprovoked, sustained attack by Eley which would have continued, with far more serious consequences, had it not been for the intervention of another work colleague, who received facial injuries after stepping in to help. The conviction in court was the result of a lengthy and through investigation and I would like to thank all those who gave evidence, including the two victims and various witnesses, for their bravery which has ensured that Eley has been brought to justice.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:46 pm  

A man from Feltham has pleaded guilty to fraud after trying to sell antiques through UK auction houses



Last November, Aleksander Ribnikov took a Greek patera, a shallow libation bowl, to Timeline Ltd’s premises in Harwich.

He produced a provenance document which appeared to show that he had bought the patera in 1987 from a man in Swansea.

The item was accepted for sale as dating back to the 4th or 5th century BC with an estimate of £80,000 to £100,000.

However, the Met Police found that not only did the alleged seller not exist, the document had been written in a Poundland notebook.

Ribnikov will be sentenced at the end of the month.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

A Yorkshire Terrier cross named Scooby has been stolen from his home in Woking along with his igloo-shaped bed.



A laptop, a watch and a quantity of cash were also stolen.

The burglary happened last Tuesday at the property in Fenns Lane.

Scooby is black and tan in colour and wears a red collar with a blue tag.

Anyone who has information should contact Surrey Police on 101
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:30 pm  

An 84 year old woman has been robbed in broad daylight in Worcester Park

The incident happened on Thursday afternoon when the victim was walking through a tunnel under the railway lines onto Lynwood Road.

She was approached by an unknown man from behind who pushed her to the ground and stole her handbag and red purse.

She suffered a broken finger and suspected broken bone in her back.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:13 pm  

Roy Hodgson is the favourite to take over as the new Crystal Palace manager.

Frank de Boer's been sacked after losing all four of his first Premier League games in charge.

He says he's "very disappointed" to have been sacked as Crystal Palace manager after just four Premier League games in charge.

His side lost all of them, without scoring, and their only win since his appointment came in the League Cup against Ipswich.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:07 pm  

9/11 remembered 16 years on



Today marks 16 years since the 9/11 terrorist attacks on America.

2,996 people died, including 19 hijackers on 4 planes.

One of those killed was 35 year old Sarah Ali from Balham.



She was at a conference on the 106th floor of the North Tower of the World Trade Centre in New York when the first plane hit.

She had only been in her job with London based Risk Water’s group for three weeks.

The pictures above show Ground Zero, which is now a permanent memorial to those killed when the Towers came down in NYC.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 pm  

Frank de Boer says he's "very disappointed" to have been sacked as Crystal Palace manager after just four Premier League games in charge

His side lost all of them without scoring, and their only win since his appointment came in the League Cup against Ipswich.

Former England manager Roy Hodgson is being tipped to replace the Dutchman.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:47 pm  

It’s believed a BMW stolen from a house in Woking during a robbery, was used as a getaway vehicle.



Someone broke into the house in Orchard Drive on Wednesday, the 30th of August, and stole a Gucci watch and the car keys.

The car was tracked and found a few hours later in Wapshott Road in Staines.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:45 pm  

A cat found decapitated in Chessington is almost certainly the work of The Croydon Cat Killer

Animal rescue charity South Norwood Animal Rescue and Liberty says the injuries are consistent with those inflicted by the perpetrator.

The 16 year old tabby was found by a member of the public last Tuesday afternoon.

The suspect police are hunting could be responsible for as many as 250 cat deaths nationwide.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:26 pm  

A woman from Claygate has been nominated for an award at the Death Oscars

A non-religious minister based in Claygate says she was delighted to be named runner up for an unusual award last week.

It was in the category of Minister of the Year at the Death Oscars; the Good Funeral Awards.

Emma Curtis offers bereaved families the opportunity to receive pastoral care and create a personal funeral ceremony, without religion.

The Good Funeral Awards recognise “excellence in the world of funerals and reward the best funeral directors.”

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:05 pm  

Teddington's Mo Farrah will race in the London Marathon 2018

Britain's Mo Farah will run in the 2018 London Marathon next April.

It will be his first event over the distance since switching his focus to road racing.

The four-time Olympic champion from Teddington, retired from competing on the track earlier this year.

He also won the Great North Run for a fourth time on Sunday.

It will be Farah's third London Marathon after he took part in the event in 2013 and 2014.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:05 pm  

A man from Wimbledon died after being hit by a car in East Sussex

Two men were killed when a car hit pedestrians in Ringmer East Sussex on Saturday.

A man from Wimbledon and a man from Tunbridge Wells died at the scene.

Two women, a 29-year-old from Wimbledon and a 27-year-old from Addlestone, were treated for minor injuries and later discharged.

The other three pedestrians in the group, a man from Addlestone, a woman from Morden and a woman from Sutton, were unhurt.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:04 pm  

A maths genius is being sought to help save Surrey’s hedgehogs.



Wildlife Aid in Leatherhead needs a 'Sp-Einstein' to work out how its annual hedgehog protection programme is helping boost numbers.

Every Winter, the charity rescues an average of 200 young hedgehogs.

They are released in spring at around 6 months old, by which time they will have eaten their way through 15,000 cans of dog food.

The charity wants to work out how many extra hedgehogs, which are endangered, will be added to wild populations in the next ten years from the 200 it will release next spring.

Hedgehogs are sexually mature at 12 months. They breed twice a year and have an average brood of six young, from which four survive.

3% of surviving hedgehogs will die in adulthood, as a result of accident or disease, and they have a lifespan of five years.

To find out more, click here
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:14 pm  

The Really Helpful Club will throw a gala ball to commemorate 30 years of Childline later this month

A special gala ball is being held at the end of the month to commemorate 30 years of child counselling service Childline.

The event at the Millennium Hotel Mayfair has been organised by Wimbledon based Really Helpful Club.

The online community club allows users to share their experiences of a range of services; anything from cake making classes to Spanish lessons.

Event organiser Caroline Edwards explains why money raised from the ball is going to Childline.



To find out more about the work the club does, click here
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:47 am  

The bus driver who witnessed the Putney Pusher speaks out

A London bus driver has told how he swerved to avoid crushing a woman’s head after she was shoved into the road by a mystery jogger.

Frenchman Oliver Salbris urged the police to catch the so-called “Putney Pusher”, who he believes acted deliberately.

“The consequences would have been terrible for her – and for me,” He told The Sunday Times.

The Met launched an appeal last month over the incident on Putney Bridge in west London earlier this year.

But four months on from the disturbing scenes officers continued their lengthy investigation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:10 am  

The Twickenham station renovation is continuing

Developers, Solum, will be demolishing the existing railway and footbridge.

Pedestrian access to Mary’s Terrace will be from Arragon Road and buses will run from London Road instead.

Stay tuned to Radio Jackie for the latest travel.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:42 am  

The popular Fallow Deer Café and Bar in Teddington is to remain open.

Originally a retail unit, the manager had been told it would have to be returned to its original state after a period of two years.

However, Richmond council has ruled it can continue to be run as a restaurant until it changes hands.

After that, the original ruling applies, or a new planning application has to be submitted.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:42 am  

It seems the success of the night tube is having an adverse effect on a bus route in Hammersmith.

The 24-hour number 94 bus service will now only run every 30 minutes on Friday and Saturday nights instead of every 15 minutes

That brings it in line with the Sunday to Thursday service.

Transport for London says demand has reduced since The Picadilly and Central Lines went 24 hours.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:42 am  

People in Kingston are being invited to nominate their sports stars and clubs for special recognition at this year’s Borough Sports Awards.

The awards give recognition for sporting achievement, services to sport and those who promote local participation.

There are 10 categories, including Sports Club of the Year, Disabled Sports Achiever of the Year and the Mayor’s Trophy.

Athletes, volunteers, coaches, secretaries or anyone who deserves recognition and fits within the criteria will be considered.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:40 am  

Research at Kingston University has found that personality traits can influence how people manage their emails at work.

Dr Russell’s study found that diligent workers take longer to respond to inbox notifications

This was shown to have a negative effect on their well-being and accomplishments at work.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:38 am  

Businesses in Kingston are being urged to adopt Love Kingston as their company charity.

Established in 2012, it raises money, before handing the cash out in grants to other charities.

These include Kingston Churches Action on Homelessness and Refugee Action Kingston.

It wants to raise £1 million by 2020 and says if every company in the borough adopted it as their charity, that would be brilliant.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:46 am  

Missing man James Middleton from Epsom has been missing ten weeks

The brother of a man who has been missing for ten weeks has posted an update on the investigation into his disappearance.

James Middleton was last seen on his blue mobility scooter on the 2nd of July near Epsom Common.

Police believe that James may have died through an accident or a medical incident but ended up on an inaccessible part of the common.

The investigation is not closed but a more in depth search will commence early next year.

James’s family say they’d like to thank everyone for their efforts to find him.



posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:07 am  

Teens jailed after boasting about stabbing in Wandsworth

Two teenagers who boasted online after stabbing a 15-year-old boy outside a supermarket in Wandsworth have been caught and jailed for a total of 19 years.

The victim was stabbed in an unprovoked attack on September 3rd in Garratt Lane after being approached by two teens on bicycles.

Eighteen-year-old Abdurauf Saheb was sentenced to 14 years in jail while the other defendant, a 15-year-old boy was sentenced to five years imprisonment at Kingston Crown Court.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:33 am  

Epsom and St Helier Hospitals want public input

Chief medics at Epsom and St Helier University Hospitals want local residents’ input into how services can be shaped at the hospitals from 2020 to 2030.

Epsom and Ewell council will be hosting an open public meeting on Monday September 18th to discuss the issue.

The meeting at Bourne Hall, in Ewell, will start at 7pm.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:24 am  

Sunday, 10 September 2017

Wandsworth to renovate its busy borough roads and pavements

Road users and pedestrians can look forward to seeing improvements to its roads and footpaths across Wandsworth.

Dozens of busy roads within the borough are set to be completely resurfaced to ensure safer journeys for cyclists and motorists.

The council’s ongoing £5m neighbourhood investment programme aims to implement changes in the 12 months leading up to April 2018.

The facelift will include new pavements and another 150 street trees being planted this year.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:10 pm  

Frank De Boer shocked Palace didn't take anything from Burnley game

Crystal Palace's dismal start to life under new manager Frank de Boer goes on.

A 1-0 defeat at Burnley means they've lost all four Premier League games under the Dutchman.

They've not managed to score in any of those matches.

He's sure they should have taken something.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:18 pm  

New equipment to "stop terrorists ramming crowds" unveiled

New equipment, meant to stop attackers ploughing vehicles into large crowds, is to be rolled out at major events in the capital.

The new ‘talons’ as they are being called, consist of a steel-spiked mat which can stop any vehicle weighing up to 17 tonnes.

The idea is for the spikes to puncture the tyres, then the net would wrap around the wheel, stopping the vehicle in its tracks.

Ramming has been a popular tactic used by terrorists lately, and this measure is being introduced to “significantly reduce” the risk to crowds.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:16 pm  

Esher and Walton MP disagrees with Blair proposal

Tony Blair's called for tougher laws to allow more control of Britain's borders, without having to leave the EU.

The former prime minister's suggesting European migrants should have to register with town halls.

He thinks the policy change would fulfill the will of the people expressed in last year's referendum.

But justice minister and Esher and Walton MP Dominic Raab's dismissing the proposal.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:29 pm  

Did you see a white van crash in Ockham this morning?

Police are appealing for information after a fatal collision in Ockham this morning.

A man in his 30’s was pronounced dead at the scene in Ockham Road North just after 7 o’clock when it was reported.

The incident involved a white Vauxhall Astra van, but no other information about the crash is known.

Surrey Police are asking anyone who may have seen it to come forward and help with their investigation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:21 pm  

Farah wins Great North Run again

Twickenham’s Sir Mo Farah's won a fourth straight Great North Run.

He surged past New Zealander Jake Robertson on the final stretch to claim victory in South Shields.

The four-time Olympic champion has now switched to road racing after ending his track career last month.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:31 pm  

Missing man from Raynes Park is located

Allan Stallard who was missing from Raynes Park earlier this week has now been found.

He was last seen heading towards Raynes Park train station on Wednesday morning, and had not been seen since.

Police thank the public and media for their support.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:41 am  

Teddington-based Olympic runner attempts to win Great North Run this morning

Sir Mo Farah who is from Teddington will try to win a fourth straight Great North Run this morning.

He's racing from Newcastle to South Shields for the fifth year in a row.

The four-time Olympic champion's now moved to the road having ended his track career last month.

His final major event over 5 and 10-thousand metres saw him win a gold and a silver medal at London's World Championships.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:11 am  

Emotional tribute on Strictly for former host who lived in Virginia Water

Strictly Come Dancing's launch show has paid tribute to former host Sir Bruce Forsyth who died last month.

Presenter Tess Daly, who worked with the TV veteran who lived on the Wentworth Estate in Virginia Water for more than a decade, broke into tears.

Last night's programme also saw former JLS singer Aston Merrygold get paired up with Janette Manrara.

Meanwhile, actor Joe McFadden will work with Katya Jones and TV chef Simon Rimmer will be guided by Karen Clifton.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:47 am  

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